DIY AC Inspection

DIY AC Inspection

DIY AC Inspection
1. Turn the thermostat to cool and turn it down about 10 degrees (remember to bring back up)
2. Listen for the fan blower to come on, outside check the unit, fan should blow warm on the top.
3. Inspect the motor outside, see if it’s been replaced before
4. Two refrigerant lines go to the home, inspect the insulated, bigger refrigerant line, feel it, cold is good, frozen is bad, warm is bad
5. Clean the exterior, if there is a build-up of leaves, debris, dust
6. Turn off the thermostat and hose rinse the whole unit off
7. Turn the thermostat back on after cleaning
8. Test vents for air flow – feel air, test with a small string or paper taped to a vent
9. Test temperature coming out of vent – should be 20* colder than the home
10. In the furnace room check the coil – is it new – repaired – or old?
11. Inspect for water damage, and leakage
12. Two refrigerant lines go into it, inspect the insulated, bigger refrigerant line, feel it, cold is good, frozen is bad, warm is bad
13. Turn off the furnace at the top switch on the unit
14. Open the blower fan door
15. With a flashlight look inside, feel for buildup on fan, dust causes slacking airflow
16. Let the Pros handle cleaning inside furnace fan
17. Call Humphrey Plumbing Heating and Air 801-294-2757

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By |2018-06-29T12:10:01-06:00June 29th, 2018|HVAC Systems Repair and Maintenance|